When pursuing a Master of Engineering (MEng), students can customize their learning experience by selecting a curriculum that addresses their academic and professional goals. The master’s degree program is designed for working professionals and is delivered entirely online to meet the unique needs of professional engineers. It is a practice-oriented degree program.
In the master’s degree program, multiple emphasis areas are available to meet the needs of the professional engineering community. Within each area of study, there are specific course requirements in addition to the general program requirements. Students can select one of several areas of study available, such as engineering management, quality, reliability and statistical engineering, and systems engineering.
Engineers who enter the master’s degree program will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience applicable to their chosen industry while gaining an advanced degree. Convenience and flexibility are key advantages of this program. The Master of Engineering is a 30 credit hour degree program that does not require GRE results, a thesis or on-campus attendance; it is only available through distance learning. The degree program is supported through online courses available from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Fall: April 1
Spring: September 15